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It's Michael Giacchino's world. We just live in it. Seriously. I've been reliving this episode for the past few hours, and his soundtrack has been playing in my mind -- the entire time. And I've been crying -- the entire time. For that, I blame Hurley, but I shouldn't get all timey-wimey in a recaplet, so let's get to the straight dope.
You ready? Okay. Sideways: Dr. Jack Shephard successfully repairs John Locke's dural sac. When he talks to his new patient after, Jack tells him that he's a candidate for a new procedure that might restore his ability to walk. Locke wants no part of it and refuses to tell Jack why, so Jack digs through hospital records and finds out that a Dr. Bernard Nadler, DDS did oral surgery on Locke three years ago.